Engineering Georgia Magazine

Stewart, Watkins and a baker’s dozen alumnae make list of influential women in Georgia engineering

Top 100 Influential Women in Georgia graphic from Engineering Georgia magazine, including headshots of many of the women on the list.

Georgia Tech civil and environmental engineers are well represented on Engineering Georgia’s second annual list of the 100 most influential women in Georgia. Faculty members Lauren Stewart and Kari Watkins made the list, along with 13 other women who studied in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Friday, February 22, 2019

Watkins, 18 other alumnae make Engineering Georgia’s 100 Influential Women list

Engineering Georgia January/February 2018 issue featuring 100 influential women to know.

Engineering Georgia has included 19 civil and environmental engineering graduates from Georgia Tech on its first-ever list of women shaping the state’s engineering community.

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Jim Hamilton’s advice for a successful merger? Talk about values, culture

Jim Hamilton, BSCE 1977

After 30 years in business, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering alumnus Jim Hamilton merged his 15-person engineering firm in Alpharetta with the considerably larger Kimley-Horn and Associates. Three years later, that deal is among those providing a roadmap for successful mergers and acquisitions in the issue of Engineering Georgia magazine that’s just arrived in mailboxes.

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Georgia’s economy in 2016: Engineering Georgia magazine features alumnus Tom Gambino on recent panel of industry leaders

Engineering Georgia magazine spread featuring alumnus Tom Gambino

Tom Gambino joined four other leaders from Georgia’s engineering industry to talk about the state’s economy at the invitation of Engineering Georgia magazine. Their discussion was featured in the November/December 2015 issue.

Thursday, February 4, 2016
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